The image of U.S. President George Washington as it appears on the American dollar has been turned into a grotesque monster in this scut-paste-copy-color wheat-paste street artwork on Spring Street near the Bowery in New York’s Nolita neighborhood.
The beautiful space at the recently opened Bowery Coffee cafe at the corner of the Bowery and Houston Street.
Fresh street art work by Dain at the corner of Lafayette Street and Jersey Street in SoHo in downtown Manhattan.
Buff monster strikes again with this “thing” on Elizabeth Street near Bowery in Nolita, downtown Manhattan.
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We caught the street artist behind “Hanksy” in the act of putting up a large wheat-paste artwork late one night this past week on Orchard Street, in New York’s Lower East Side, just a couple of blocks away from Global Graphica HQ. “Hanksy” is a cheeky homage to British street
A view of the massive Christmas wreath hung on the facade of Grand Central Station in New York City’s Midtown.
At the French restaurant Tartinery in New York’s Nolita, a neighborhood in downtown Manhattan, the check is presented with this postcard of beautiful black-and-white photography.
Another Fitschen “middle finger” stencil on Spring Street in Nolita, in downtown New York City. The stencil has been covered by a dollar bill paste-up.
Chairs and bikes in an artist’s studio in a massive lofts building in DUMBO, in Brooklyn, New York.
We’re at the Guggenheim Museum in New York this afternoon to cover the retrospective exhibition of artist Maurizio Cattelan, called “All.” In the coming hour, we will be live-blogging via our Apple iPhone, posting images of this landmark literally “hanging” show – Cattelan’s artworks are being suspended by ropes from
Toyota unveiled their vision for the “future of mobility” at the Tokyo Motor Week this week with an awesome video showing off “FunVii” concept car. Mind-blowing.